Rashida Jones understands. Rashida Jones is right there with us. Rashida Jones wants the '90s to come back.
From the music to the fashion, there's no doubt that we've been missing the (best) decade since it's left us, and now we know that the actress is all of us when reminiscing and getting nostalgic about everything that came with those fond years.
Jones directed, starred and released a music video titled "Flip and Rewind" (which also features Jermaine Dupri because, duh) that not only brought back some staple style items from the past, but also showcased her vocals and smooth dancing skills.
Basically she took us back into time, and for that, we're grateful.
Here are 8 moments from her video that remind us why we need the '90s to come back...
Remember when you could just carry a small stuffed animal with you everywhere and no one would judge you? Who cares if you're an adult. Sometimes you need a soft, cuddle buddy. Also, scrunchies.
Because T-Boz from TLC was badass and short hair, don't care. Plus, accessorizing was super simple. All you really needed are a pair of Locs and hoop earrings the size of your wrist.
You wanna talk #squadgoals? Real squad goals included all of your friends wearing the exact same outfit and having a choreographed routine ready to bust out at any given moment.
OK, don't get us wrong, safety first, but rollin' down the street in your '64 '90s Benz (or whatever wheels you had), with the top down and your girls sitting in the back while you cruise to jams was all you needed to do to have a good time.
Kangol caps, guys. KANGOL CAPS.
Again, this is what a true friendship looked like. You're gonna wear an over-sized jersey and knee-pads, girl? I got you.
There was a time when staying warm, comfortable and covered up was also super stylish. All you needed was a puffy vest or jacket, a matching beanie and some goggles to put on top to add some swag. If you don't look like you're going to the snow, you're doing it wrong.
Sure, we don't want no scrubs, but there was something endearing about a guy getting at you from another car and making the effort to give you his number, instead of just asking for your Instagram handle so he can double-tap on a bunch of pictures and then unfollow you when you decide not to go ghost on his DM.
Sorry. Too real? We're just gonna go back to watching the video.